hankthetankwhatawank wrote:i hear they're entertaining but not super exact or anything.
Can you give some examples, or even a link to a thread where they're described as 'not super exact'? Matt and Trent have a ton of experience teaching this material, and they spent a lot of time writing, filming, and editing - there are valid criticisms of the movies, but not being 'exact' is something that I would strongly disagree with.
To the OP - what 'information' exactly are you looking for? The videos are literally Matt and Trent (the guys who started Blueprint and write all the materials) teaching the entire course in front of a green screen with the questions and animations superimposed. So you'll get everything that you'd get with the course - complete methods for all the question types on the LSAT, as well as a ton of practice and question explanations (you get access to our answer bank, which is video/audio or written explanations for nearly every question).
Have you checked out the sample videos? They give a pretty good overview of what the video course is like.
If you have any other questions about it, feel free to PM me!